So, back when I worked with sgap on [redacted] and the nyxmas song, he was insistent that I needed an OC. And it seemed to me, camels were a niche that hadn’t been done yet, right? (Right.)  Of course, I’m a fan of them, and yet you might ask, why don’t they appear everywhere on your blog?  Well!  Gibbon’s Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire observes that in Koran, there are no camels; Borges believes this absence of camels proves its authenticity. And so, maybe this charmingly innocent creature’s absence has in its own way made me seem more real?But no more! Here, the divide between performance and character is presented and presentable, a brechtian bactrian. Introducing Pasteur, the avatar and stand-in, the original character. Seen here, as inimitably dorky and shyly bemused as his authorial counterpart; drawn by my excellent friend Hannah, who maybe should hang out with me sometime.

So, back when I worked with sgap on [redacted] and the nyxmas song, he was insistent that I needed an OC. And it seemed to me, camels were a niche that hadn’t been done yet, right? (Right.)  Of course, I’m a fan of them, and yet you might ask, why don’t they appear everywhere on your blog?  Well!  Gibbon’s Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire observes that in Koran, there are no camels; Borges believes this absence of camels proves its authenticity. And so, maybe this charmingly innocent creature’s absence has in its own way made me seem more real?

But no more! Here, the divide between performance and character is presented and presentable, a brechtian bactrian. Introducing Pasteur, the avatar and stand-in, the original character. Seen here, as inimitably dorky and shyly bemused as his authorial counterpart; drawn by my excellent friend Hannah, who maybe should hang out with me sometime.

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